CSSF Category Awards: 2014
Behavioral & Social Sciences

Senior Division


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S0403 — First Place
Noorhan Z. Amani, Grade 9
Learn to See: A Study of Visual Perception
Advisor: Ms. R. Trudith Pachon
School: Mt. Everest Academy, San Diego, San Diego County
S0424 — Second Place
Gaia Saetermoe-Howard, Grade 10
Investigating the Patterns of Cross-Modal Perception in Converging Styles of Music
Advisor: Ms. Annabel Adriatico
School: Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
S0421 — Third Place
Roshini N. Ravi, Grade 10
The Might of Mindset: A Study on Growth vs. Fixed Mindsets
Advisor: Dr. Vinutha Ravi
School: Stockdale High School, Bakersfield, Kern County
S0423 — Fourth Place
Matthew P. Saenz, Grade 9
Diabetes Won't Keep Me Down: Can Modern Technology Improve Diabetic Control?
Advisor: Mr. Matthew Schiller
School: Polytechnic High School, Riverside, Riverside County
S0412 — Honorable Mention
Alejandro G. Gonzalez, Grade 10
Finding a Relationship between Toys and STEM Careers
Advisor: Mrs. Jody Baker
School: Hemet Senior High School, Hemet, Riverside County
S0415 — Honorable Mention
Satya S. Karri, Grade 10
Can People Identify Numbers Greater than Three?
Advisor: Dr. Joseph Immel
School: Technology High School, Rohnert Park, Sonoma County
S0416 — Honorable Mention
Tess G. Levinson, Grade 12
The Impact of Emotion on Memory
Advisor: Ms. Allison Ponzio
School: Marlborough School, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
S0422 — Honorable Mention
Pravin Ravishanker, Grade 9
Genetics or Gender? Effect of APOE-e4 and Gender on Age-Related Brain Atrophy and Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer's
Advisor: Mrs. Shanthi Pichai
School: Bellarmine College Preparatory, San Jose, Santa Clara County

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